Where is your favorite waterfall in Bali? If you like waterfalls to enjoy nature, Bali is the right destination because of so many rows of beautiful waterfalls that will amaze you. Especially in Tabanan Regency. In addition to the breathtaking view of the rice fields, apparently there is also a waterfall hidden behind the lush trees in the forest. Guaranteed, your admiration will never end when you’re around Tabanan.
The regency, known as the Island of the Gods, apparently has a hidden waterfall, Leke-Leke Waterfall or Kipuan Kebo Waterfall. The location is in the village of Antapan, District Baturiti. This waterfall has about 32-meter high. Although it is not too big, with its height, this waterfall successfully amazed anyone who came to visit.
This is the right location for you to feel the freshness of nature and the cool air of Bali. Certainly right for you who want to be away from the hustle of the big city. Forget the job that demands you. Just enjoy playing all day at Leke-Leke Waterfall. To get there, be sure to use comfortable footwear. Because you have to walk 500 meters to get to the waterfall. The path you take is in the form of a path surrounded by rice fields, and fruit plantations owned by the residents. The types of fruit planted are local fruits that are almost extinct. Such as kecapi, ciremai, badung, duku, majagawu, genitri, and gunggung. In the fruit season, visitors can buy these fruits directly from the community. There are also two bridges made of woven bamboo that you must pass. This bridge was made by the local community to make it easier for visitors to cross the river before arriving at the waterfall.
You can imagine the fresh air that you will pass to get to Leke-Leke Waterfall. Moreover, this waterfall is located on a plateau, so you’ll immediately feel the fresh air. The grove of trees that will accompany the trip will make more oxygen supply to your lungs. So your body will feel fresher and more energized. You just need to prepare comfortable clothes and absorb sweat, mineral water, and snacks or honey. Enjoy your trip. Make this holiday more fun and healthy by visiting Leke-Lake Waterfall.
Not far from the waterfall, there are two showers that are used by local people to perform the melukat or self-cleaning ritual. The water that falls from the shower is clearer and fresher. The Balinese believe that by doing melukat, all the bad things that exist in humans can disappear.
Because there are places to melukat, the waterfall area is still considered sacred by the local people. Visitors who come must maintain ethics and manners, both in speech and behavior. In addition, women who are on their period are prohibited to perform melukat in this place.